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Why does the weather affect our mood?
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Dr. Susan Uhrich
Psychiatry
1 doctor agrees
In brief: Research
Says it really doesn't.
There are simply some people who love summer or love rain or love winter.

In brief: Research
Says it really doesn't.
There are simply some people who love summer or love rain or love winter.
Dr. Susan Uhrich
Dr. Susan Uhrich
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Dr. David Hardin
Wound care
In brief: Darkness
Lack of exposure to light has been associated with depression.
Also increased pain has been associated with slowly falling barometric pressure seems to be the major association. You will notice that in a storm system coming in fast you are fine. That front that takes days to come in. There is also fair weather pain from a high pressure area moving away from you. The mechanism of both is unknown.

In brief: Darkness
Lack of exposure to light has been associated with depression.
Also increased pain has been associated with slowly falling barometric pressure seems to be the major association. You will notice that in a storm system coming in fast you are fine. That front that takes days to come in. There is also fair weather pain from a high pressure area moving away from you. The mechanism of both is unknown.
Dr. David Hardin
Dr. David Hardin
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